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Gasboy PC CFN site controller User Manual
Pc/cfn user’s guide, Pc software for cfn
PC Software for CFN
PC/CFN User’s Guide
Table of contents
Table of Contents
1 - Introduction
Abbreviations and Acronyms
2 - Installing and Uninstalling PC/CFN
Fuel Management System
1 Turn on your computer, and start Microsoft Windows.
2 Insert the Gasboy PC/CFN software CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
3 Click Start>Run.The Run Dialog Box appears.
4 Type D:\Setup.
5 Click OK.
6 Follow the on-screen instructions for installation.
Modem Notice (If Upgrading from a Prior PC Windows Version)
Special Instructions for Windows 2000 Professional or Windows NT Workstation Installation
1 Click Start>Settings>Control Panel. The Control Panel dialog box appears.
2 Double click the System icon. Your operating system version is displayed on the General tab of the System Properties program.
Using PC/CFN for the First Time
1 Install the PC/CFN software using instructions given in one of the following:
2 Click Start>Programs>PC/CFN folder.
3 When the program is run for the first time, you should select either PC/Comm or PC/Fuel package. Click Help on this selection screen, if you are unsure of which package you want to use.
4 After you select the package type, you can choose to register the software (if you have purchased a license), or run it as a 30-day demo and register it later.
Setting up PC/CFN Fuel Management Software
1 On the Setup Wizard's Start tab, click Start.
2 Read all the information on the help screens before continuing.
3 Click Next.
4 When Page 2 of the Start tab appears, click Print Setup Form.This prints a copy of the PC/ CFN Setup form.
5 Exit from the Setup Wizard and fill out all applicable pages of this form before continuing. It will be helpful if you have the card or key layout from your fuel management system handy. It contains information about field names and sizes.
6 Click Quit to exit the PC/CFN Setup Wizard.
7 After you complete the Setup form, restart the PC/CFN package and proceed through the Setup Wizard using that information.
8 When you reach the Finish tab of the Setup Wizard, click Print to print a list of your setup information. Store this information along with your Setup form, in a secure place for future reference.
1 If PC/CFN for Windows is running, close the application.
2 To shut down the Interbase Guardian, proceed as follows:
3 To remove PC/CFN using Add/Remove Programs, proceed as follows:
Windows 2000 Professional or Windows NT
1 If PC/CFN for Windows is running, close the application.
2 Stop the Interbase Guardian and Interbase Server Services.
3 Select Interbase Guardian from the list, and click Stop. Follow the on-screen instructions.
4 To stop the Interbase Server, select Interbase Server from the list and then click Stop. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5 Remove PC/CFN by proceeding as follows:
3 - PC/CFN Basics
A Visual Overview
Terms to Know
Fuel Site Transactions
Polling (Autopolling, Unscheduled, Continuous)
Overview of Tank Inventory Management
What Does Your Fueling Operation Look Like?
How Will the Data be Input?
How is the Data Processed?
How Report Data is Accumulated
Calculating Your Tank Tilt Offset
1 Using a dipstick, measure the product level at Tank Opening 1 (a)
2 Using a dipstick, measure the product level at Tank Opening 2 (b).
3 If a=b, the Offset is 0 and no further calculations are needed.
4 Measure the distance between Tank Opening 1 and the tank center line (c).
5 Measure the distance between Tank Opening 1 and Tank Opening 2 (d).
6 Calculate the offset using the following formula:
If You are Running PC/COMM
1 Explore the package. Select the icons on the Main Page (Setup, Files, Reports, CommLink, Trans, and Utilities) and familiarize...
2 Go to the Files/Fuel Sites form and verify that all your fuel site information is correct. If it is not, make any changes at this time.
3 If you intend to use autopolling, display the CommLink Setup/Enable Autopoll form and select your options.
4 Go to the Files/Lockouts form to enter any lockout information updates you wish to send to your sites.
5 Go to the CommLink/Contact Site form and make sure that you can successfully contact all your fuel sites.
6 Once you begin using your PC/CFN package on a regular basis we strongly recommend that you set up a schedule for performing re...
If you are Running PC/FUEL
Recommended Daily Sequence
Recommended Tank Inventory Management
Sticking the Tank - Recommended Interval, Once a Day
1 Ensure that no one is pumping. Block off island, if necessary.
2 Stick the tanks and record the level information. If you are entering data at the PC, be sure to note date/time and skip to Step 4.
3 Insert the dipstick card/key into the fuel management system and enter the data.
4 Resume fueling at the site.
5 Enter the data at the PC if not using dipstick card/key (Files, Tanks, Enter Stick Reading).
Delivery - Recommended Interval (as needed)
1 Delivery is made to the tank(s).
2 Delivery person provides a receipt with the volume delivered, date, and time. Skip to Step 4 if entering delivery information at the PC.
3 Insert the delivery card/key into the fuel management system and enter the data.
4 Enter delivery data at the PC (Files, Tanks, Enter Delivery)
Totalizer - Recommended Interval, Once a Day
1 Ensure that no one is pumping. Block off island if necessary.
2 Read the totalizers for each pump. If you are entering data at the PC, take a note of date/time.
3 Stick the tanks and record the level information. If you are entering data at the PC, take a note of date/time, and skip to Step 6.
4 Insert the totalizer card/key into the fuel management system and enter the data.
5 Insert the dipstick card/key into the fuel management system and enter the data.
6 Resume fueling at the site.
7 Enter the data at the PC if not using totalizer or dipstick card/key (Files, Tanks, Enter Totalizer and Files, Tanks, Enter Stick Reading).
Recommended Periodic Sequence
Recommended Year-End Sequence
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